First Ring Daily 941: M1 of Resolve

Posted on November 18, 2020 by Brad Sams in First Ring Daily, Podcasts with 6 Comments

On this episode of First Ring Daily, Apple’s M1 is good, Resolve is the new editor, and Pluton is important too.

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7 responses to “First Ring Daily 941: M1 of Resolve”

  1. Stoicjim

    Modern airplanes recirculate cabin air and no longer bring in outside air. The older jets did.

    Nah, I ain't flying for a long, long time.

  2. gregsedwards

    A lot of that basic stuff you guys are talking about can be done with the Video Editor app (sub-app?) within the Photos app. To be clear, I'm not saying it's amazing or anything, but it can absolutely do basic title cards, text overlays, cuts, etc. It's also kind of slow, but it's dead simple to use and at least as good as the old Windows Movie Maker. If you haven't tried it out, you should.

    If you want a better and more user-friendly video editor, you should give Camtasia a whirl. In my experience, it hits the sweet spot between being easy to use and powerful. I can use Premiere but it's way too complicated for most casual users. Premiere Elements is a good feature equivalent for Camtasia, but I still prefer Camtasia. It has a very PowerPoint Producer-like UI and lets you tweak all the little details if you want.

  3. bddiskind

    Brad, welcome to the world of Da Vinci. It is really good and easy to learn. Only down side is the min. requirements, but I assume that is not a problem for your machine. The full version $300 (one time, no more monthly payments) or purchase a Black magic camera. So if your interested in the full version and in the new of a new camera/cam it is something too consider.

  4. Andrea Barbera

    For anyone looking for a basic, but not too basic, and very affordable video editing program, have a look at Magix Movie Studio 17, available in the Microsoft Store. There's even a discount at the moment.

  5. nbplopes

    Guys if you don't fine tune your perception over the M1 you'll miss the decade ...

    Hell was unleashed over Intel, AMD, Qualcomm and so on ...

    The jump is not 5 times, in fact it does not make sense to talk in those terms. It's a new ball game aka disruptive. This is already incredible, yet the astonishing thing is they managed to do this carrying x86 on board and with added advantages, not a win loose solution, but a win win.

    The question is how many years these guys are ahead of the Industry and how many more years it will take to catch up. If at all possible considering the Windows PC landscape. My impression is at least 5 years.

    PS: I would have loved to instead link a video from Thurrot over this one. But ...

  6. oscar castillo

    Paul is correct that like TPM current Intel Macs have the T2 chip external, but now the Apple M1 has the T2 integrated. I did get the base model MacBook Air to hold me over until some higher spec systems become available. It's pretty amazing it works as good and fast as it does compared to so many current Macs.

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